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Prosecution Resembling Persecution

While Rahul’s sentence is under Section 500 IPC and disqualification under the Representation of the People Act, is the trial judge guilty of serious misconduct for awarding maximum sentence?

Legal profession in India at stake

The entry of the law firms from abroad could hit Indian lawyers and affect their income. Should there be an ombudsman to check their  credentials and accounts and are Indian law firms needlessly worried?

Women and Language

At an event organised to celebrate International Women’s Day, the chief justice of India expressed a need to ensure zero tolerance for inappropriate behaviour and improper use of language against women. He will release a legal glossary in this regard.

Judges under Stress

With judges under increasing attacks, both physically and on social media, has the time come to have a dedicated force to provide security to them on the lines of the RPF, CRPF and CISF?

No set formula for bail

A question raised after Manish Sisodia’s arrest was whether an accused can be arrested for non-cooperation with the police. But the nature of the offence and chances of him tampering with evidence are taken into consideration

Protecting Witnesses

The recent killing of Umesh Pal, the key witness in the 2005 murder of the then newly-elected Bahujan Samaj Party MLA Raju Pal, has brought into focus the sorry state of the witness protection system in India.

A Year of War: Where is it Headed?

On February 24, 2022, Russian forces invaded Ukraine. It was planned as a lightning strike which would subsume the smaller neighbour in two weeks. That did not happen and a year on, what lies ahead? More bloodshed, a peace deal or a ceasefire?

Whose Privilege, Your Honour?

As the Rajya Sabha chairman pressed for breach of privilege against 12 Opposition MPs, it is time to see what is contempt of the House and what are the rules and procedure of the Committee of Privilege.

Here’s how Air India is likely to pay for 470 new jets it has ordered

Air India’s order of 470 aircraft—with another option of 370 on the table—is the largest order ever, but money management will be the key if a tailwind has to be kept alive.

Power of attorney can be further delegated if contract permits it

By Dr Rajeshwar Singh The law of power of attorney has been clarified with the recent judgement delivered by Justice Pankaj Mithal of the Supreme Court on February 20, 2023 in the Mita India Priva...

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